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Video: 7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning

As we educators, students, and parents/guardians approach this new world of distance learning/remote teaching/online teacher (whatever you would like to call it!), we're all feeling our way forward.

I shared a recent 11-part series and video offering advice to educators making the transition to remote learning and just began a series of short posts responding to specific questions from readers.

Today, I'm sharing a short video geared toward parents/guardians acknowledging their own challenges and offering some suggestions about how we can build a partnership to benefit our students/their children.  I didn't want to subject parents to my terrible Spanish accent, so the video is in English only but has Spanish subtitles.

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